Friday, June 7, 2019

On The Menu - Homestyle Potato Salad

From Grandma Nancy's Kitchen
Homestyle Potato Salad
Spring has already sprung and summer’s on the way. It’s my favorite time of year because not only is the weather at its best but meals are easier. Whether it’s a quick BBQ or just an even quicker salad, there’s far more available time to spend with family. Or, better yet, reading! This potato salad is a family favorite, great for any family outing, and delicious! Enjoy!

Homestyle Potato Salad

• 5 medium potatoes (red potatoes taste the best)
• 8 eggs, hard boiled (save 2 eggs to use for garnish on salad)
• Salt & Pepper to taste
• 1/2 c. Mayonnaise
• 1/2 c. sour cream
• 2 Tbsp. sugar
• 1 Tbsp. yellow mustard
• 1/2 c. sweet pickle relish (or 5 to 6 diced baby dill pickles, if you don't like it sweet)
• Paprika (optional)

• Boil potatoes (do not peel) for about 40 minutes until potatoes are tender, but still firm (if you are using red potatoes do it for less time.. 15-20 minutes or so).
• Peel and dice potatoes AND 6 eggs. Add salt and pepper and toss. Mix remaining ingredients separately and fold into potato mixture.
• Refrigerate overnight (or at least 6-8 hours). Refrigerate remaining eggs in plastic wrap.
• When ready to serve, stir well to mix and then slice remaining 2 eggs and layer on top of salad. Sprinkle top of salad with paprika.

Grandma Nancy: Award-winning author Nancy Fraser has been writing since the early 1990s. Published since 1996, she writes in multiple romance genres. From sweet 1960’s vintage romance, to paranormal/time travel, to sizzling erotic romance, she never knows where her muse will take her. When she’s not writing (which is almost never), Nancy loves to travel with Las Vegas being her favored destination. Nancy lives in Atlantic Canada where she enjoys the relaxed pace and colorful people.

To help you warm up in preparation for summer, I’m giving away copies of my award-winning 1920’s erotic romance, The Mysterious Mrs. Pennybaker.
Go to Nancy's web site to enter!

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